Google introduces a new way to track your personal usage by enabling you to view monthly usage statistics across various Google products.
Some of the statistics tracked include account sign-in locations, email and search usage, as well as how often you use various platforms. Read more »
After numerous delays, Intel’s much-anticipated release of the new high-performance processors has finally been dated.
As an added bonus, the mobile Ivy Bridge processors will be released at the same time as their desktop counterparts. Read more »
We ran across this awesome clip I simply had to share with you.
Lets just say if you dig magic tricks and iPads, you wouldn’t want to miss this. Read more »
Gameloft has come forward with a few tidbits about what we can expect from them for 2012.
Apart from a host of big-name titles, which include the highly-anticipated Dark Knight game, Gameloft has plans to integrate in-app purchases as well as a bevy of social features into all of their upcoming releases. Read more »
Rovio is apparently working on a version of Angry Birds Space for Windows Phone as well.
If you’ve been keeping up with all of your latest Angry Birds rumors, as you should be, you might have picked up hints that there isn’t going to be a WP version somewhere down the line. All of that has since been refuted. Read more »
Microsoft shows off some muscle as a new decked out Ford Mustang has popped up, code named Project Detroit.
Built by West Coast Customs, the Mustang features flashy light kits, Windows Phone controls, Xbox 360′s and Windows tablets galore. Read more »
Samsung is planning to unveil a new music service exclusive to Africa called Samsung Pocket Music.
Appropriately enough, the new music service will be unveiled on the Samsung Galaxy Pocket, a device that Samsung claims is specifically designed with the African market in mind. Read more »
News posted on the official Xbox Live Arcade games blog hints at an imminent announcement of an arcade version of Minecraft.
The upcoming edition will be called Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (I know, we were shocked, too) in order to distinguish it from the PC game. To celebrate the upcoming announcement, playxbla.com is giving away two custom Minecraft Xbox 360s, although when and under what conditions is still up in the air.
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Virtua Tennis Challenge is now available exclusively for the Android-powered Xperia PLAY.
Some cool features include the ability to play multiplayer over Bluetooth with others, use different touch gestures to hit different shot types, as well as a career mode. Read more »
The BBC’s popular VOD service iPlayer, which brings you popular TV and Radio programs from their site as well as on various mobile devices and and web-enabled TV’s, is now also available on the Xbox 360.
One cool feature that the developers have implemented for this version is the ability to control the application using gestures via the Xbox Kinect controller. Read more »
The first direct comparisons of the Tegra 3 found on the ASUS Transformer Prime and the Apple A5X chip found in the new iPad have surfaced.
And what better way to test out these robust tablets than with a gaming comparison? Read more »
Look at what just arrived at our doorstep!
That’s right, we got our hands on the new iPad 3! Join us as we take a closer look… Read more »
The successor to the NX11, the upcoming NX20 interchangeable lens camera from Samsung has popped up in a series of images taken of a pre-production model.
Interestingly, the NX20 will supposedly feature full WiFi support, enabling you to transfer or stream pictures and videos wirelessly to other WiFi-enabled devices. Read more »
The HTC One S has joined the One X in the elite ranks of devices which have been rooted before actually being available for purchase on the market!
Both devices can be rooted fairly easily, save for one little caveat: they require an unlocked bootloader to do so. Read more »
There is a new update for Chrome for Android Beta, the mobile version of the popular Chrome browser from Google. (No, they haven’t added Flash support)
Keep in mind that this is still a beta, so some issues may still be expected. Read more »